Feb 2, 2011 9:12am
Humanoid Woman is also known as 'To the Stars by Hard Ways'
It's a Russian ScFi movie, and I was wondering if anyone
had an opinion if it was PD or not. There's only one
listing on webvoyage:
Type of Work: Recorded Document
Document Number: V2732P340
Date of Recordation: 1992-02-19
Entire Copyright Document: V2732P340-341
Date of Execution: 13Jul87
Title: Fugitive alien & 11 other titles; motion pictures.
Party 1: Sandy Frank Productions, Inc.
Party 2: King Features Entertainment, Inc.
Links: List of Titles
Names: Sandy Frank Productions, Inc.
King Features Entertainment, Inc.
Document title: Fugitive alien & 11 other titles; motion pictures.
List of titles:
001 Fugitive alien.
002 Star wolf.
003 Mighty Jack.
004 Humanoid woman.
006 Gamera vs. Baragon.
007 Gamera vs. Gaos.
008 Gamera vs. Zigra.
009 Legend of dinosaurs.
010 Time of apes.
011 Gamera vs. Guiron.
End of titles list for document V2732P340
This is not a legal document.
So it's together with a set of other PD-ish Gamera movies in their
'list of titles' section. It looks like a great movie though!
MST3K featured it in their 1st non cable season,
and that along with the separate bundled copyright registration is what makes me ask...
If 'Planet Of Storms' was restored then this probably also was also.
(if it even had any problems to begin with :D)
This post was modified by adammac on 2011-02-02 17:12:40
Feb 3, 2011 8:19am
Re: Humanoid Woman
I think maybe MST3K might have been sort of jokingly
friendly with Sandy Frank from the wikipedia entry on him.
"Sandy Frank was the source of all our pain" :Dhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Frank
The article also says that the rights to all the
films reverted back to their original creators?
This post was modified by adammac on 2011-02-03 16:19:52